Crazy and Creative ways to say Vagina and Penis throughout History

Penis and Vagina words

We’ve learned some exciting new genital-related terms over this summer of slam pieces. Forget lady bits and vajayjays with these creative words used in place of our favorite sexual organs, some dating back to 1250 A.D.! So if you have been looking for some sexy new lingo to refer to pink tacos and joysticks we’re here to help you expand your lingo.


“Vagina”

Vagina

The earliest slang term for a vagina, which was recorded in 1250, is still used today! The first recorded slang word for her precious flower was actually cunt. Then language patterns embraced centuries of nonsensical words, like twit-twot, whib-bob, wem, and nonny nonny, to refer to female genitalia. Around the late 1800s, the euphemisms became both poetic and somewhat puzzling. Terms like aphrodisiacal tennis court (1865) Mrs Fubbs’ Parlour (1823) and the agreeable rut of life (1890) appear in Victorian literature. If you want even more terms for her bearded oyster this “Timeline of Slang Terms for the Vagina” was created from Green’s Dictionary of Slang and is sure to have something on there you will enjoy saying!


“Penis”

Penis related words

The terms for penises are actually a bit bland. The first term for testicles, ballocks, emerged in 1369. The first for penis, pin, around 1490. Boring! Thankfully men redeemed themselves with some cleverly favorable phrases like whore pipe and shaft of delight. In the 1890s, the invention of the skyscraper finally allowed for some self-congratulatory slang, like…well…skyscraper. Then, in the seventies, there was a veritable explosion of slang for penises, erections, and testicles! While there are no terms as intriguing as whib-bob, this decade appears to be the long-awaited heyday of penis slang with lingo like the yoghurt-spitting sausage. If you aren’t satisfied with any of these names for your baby-making cream-stick, don’t worry there’s a chart for you too! You can check, out all the names for cocks here!

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